WorldThe Caravan of Freedom is heading its course from today

The Caravan of Freedom is heading its course from today

Havana, Jan 2 (ACN) With young people as protagonists, the libertarian caravan, to commemorate the journey undertaken by the Commander-in-Chief, Fidel Castro, and the rebels, in 1959, since Santiago de Cuba to the current Ciudad Escolar Libertad.

The newspaper Juventud Rebelde highlights on its front page today that as the historic route passed 63 years ago, cities, towns and fields lit up with joy, dreams and hopes, throughout much of the Island.

Pioneers, students of the FEEM and the FEU, outstanding young people, teachers, doctors, artists, athletes, scientists, internationalists, peasants and combatants of the FAR and the Minint, as genuine representatives of the new generations, will reissue from this Sunday the historic event .

It is a source of pride for the new pines to reissue in this January, 63 years after the event, the historic route as it had traditionally been done until 2020, before the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighted Nislay Molina Napoles, member of the National Bureau of the UJC.

According to the publication, Molina Náoles highlighted the importance of adopting the necessary hygienic-sanitary measures in all territories to avoid complications associated with the new coronavirus.

It meant that along with the new generations, combatants and witnesses of the event will also participate in the commemorative events that will take place throughout the entire journey, from Santiago de Cuba to the Ciudad Escolar Libertad.

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He pondered that “the tour constitutes a fervent reverence of gratitude and love on the part of the new generations towards those who gave us the revolutionary triumph.”

I express that each act will be an appropriate space to deliver the UJC card to new activists of the youth political organization and reward those who have participated in activities of economic and social impact in each province.